Skip to main content

tv   Fox Morning News at 5A  FOX  September 20, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EDT

5:00 am
september 20th, 2016. chris murphy has the morning off. yesterday we got the rain as you promised. hopefully more sunshine today. >> i think eventually we will get some sunshine but we really could use more rain even though some places got too much for one day. we are seeing some rain, actually moving into sussex county delaware and some heading up the chesapeake bay. it will stop mid delaware if you we will see what happens, all morning. most of the area socked in with clouds, not only that but fog, quarter mile in allentown, reading, lancaster, 10-mile visibility at philly interest that the. we are okay there. in your weather by the thumbs we will give you a six. it will be humid and cloudy but you might see a stray shower but tomorrow much higher number. today 69 degrees with 90 percent relative humidity, sunrise at 6:47 in the morning. well, temperatures there they are, i knew they would come eventually. sixty-five in will allentown. fifty-eight in mount pocono.
5:01 am
trenton is 67 degrees or 70 in atlantic city. plan on a lot of cloud cover throughout most of the daylight hours, and really a little bit of sun before the end of the day and a high of 83 degrees. that is your tuesday forecast. we have changes coming as we head in the change of season, seven day tore cast, coming up, bob kelly, good morning. >> good morning, 5:01. some fog to start here's a live look at 422 near west of the collegeville so it is thick in some spots and totally disappears that quickly. tea pending upon where you begin and end light volume so far no problems curb side on the 42 freeway. fog is mainly outside in the suburbs coming in on 422 on either side up and down 202, pennsylvania turnpike between valley forge all the way out through who are again town. no problems up and down blue route but heading north on i-95 a light running work crew they are set up northbound
5:02 am
between the commodore barry bridge heading in to route 420 down to only the left lane and in that construction zone there is also a disabled truck. buses are parked and trains are rolling on both the market frankford and broad street subway. they are your best bets, train running there 20810 minutes. so far, so good. lauren, back to you. we have some breaking news saudi airlines lane landed in the philippines after a reported threat. plane was flying from a city in saudi arabia. philippines airport officials say flight touched down at manilla airport at 3:00 p.m. local time. officials say threat happened 20 miles beforehand. emergency crews are on the site. we will keep you updated. back here at home we are following breaking news in the north east, one man fight fog perfect lives after being hit the by a car. driver left the scene. police recovered the car involved, dave kinchen. >> reporter: that is right, we want to go right to the video of that car, we can tell thaw
5:03 am
police just towed ate way. philadelphia police bringing the tow truck into the 7,000 block of rutland street where they say vehicle is registered to a home here. this is ace i white chevy cobalt that was involved in the hit and run. it has windshield damage and as we said it was registered to the home on 7,000 block of rutland street. we want to take you to video of the crash scene at bustleton and bleigh street. police believe this incident happened either inside or the parking loft of the wells fargo bank in that area around 11:15 last night. >> when police went to that location they immediately found the car parked unattended, it was a 2010 white chevy with fresh tam age to the front windshield. we believe that is the striking vehicle that vehicle is being held as part of the scene. >> reporter: police took
5:04 am
pictures of the white chevy cobalt for evidence before it was towed away. again, notice windshield damage there. one of the major damage hackers on this vehicle. victim was taken to aria torresdale hospital in very critical condition. we're told the victim, a male in, his late 40's, police say they have not made an arrest at this point. back to you. >> thanks very much, dave. and this morning, an accused bomber charged with trying to kill police yesterday's violent confrontation between that suspect and linden new jersey police could be heard from people living nearby. >> it just sounded like pop, pop, pop, pop. then silence, then you just heard people screaming. >> gun battle left ahmad kahn rahami and two officers wounded. rahami was charged with five count of attempted murder of a police officer. jennifer joyce joins us live from the news room with the latest details. >> reporter: police say there were several clues that led them to 28 year-old ahmad
5:05 am
rahami from his fingerprints and dna at the scene to the sell see blast to the electronic toll record that rahami had access to police say rahami was on the fbi most wanted list before being caught. he was found in linden, new jersey yesterday morning after a hand called police to report a guy sleeping outside his restaurant. police sounded. they identified the man as suspect terrorist, wanted in connection with the three explosions over the course of two days. and that was a picture of rahami after being captured in the bloody shoot-out with linden police. naturalized american from afghanistan was wounded in the shooting and transported to a local hospital. two linden police officers were also shot, but they are expect to be okay. police say they have found rahami's fingerprints on a pressure cooker connect to the cell phone and they were able to link him to saturday's explosion in the north jersey shore town. saturday night's blast in chelsea neighborhood in manhattan that injured 29 people and pipe bombs found in
5:06 am
an elizabeth new jersey train station sunday night. a social worker from a local mosque said he met rahami a few times and didn't notice anything suspicious but said radicalization of young muslims must must be addressed. >> we have to come out and denounce these as they happen. i mean immediately. we have to say this is not islam. we have to go right in on it. >> reporter: police are conducting interviews with those close to ahmad rahami as he is charged with five counts of attempted murder and being held on 5.2 million-dollar bail, lauren. >> jenny, thanks very much. linden's mayor credits officer padilla for rahami's take down. he told "fox news" that padilla was first on the scene. rahami fired first hitting padilla then fired back. pennsylvania tea a was hit in the leg and his bullet-proof vest and he is expected to be okay. also injured patrick hammer with a grazed wound. president obama praising law enforcement on the way they handled the investigation into this weekend's attack this both new jersey and new
5:07 am
york. >> i am extraordinarily happy with the cooperation that has been taking place between the fbi, and state and local law enforcement officials. i told governor cuomo, christie and mayor deplace ohio that they and their teams will have all federal support as they move ahead with their investigations. in tracking down every lead and work to go keep the people of this city and of this region safe. >> the president cautioning against jumping to conclusions while the investigation continues. the president also says that the american spirit is resilient and will bounce back from these attacks and he is grateful that no lives were taken. the first officer targeted in a gunman's hate filled rampage is expect to get out of the hospital this morning. sergeant sylvia young could be released as early as 8:00. officials are arranging a highway patrol escort for her trip home. the second office are shot try night in west philadelphia is sharing his story after being released from the hospital. the university of pennsylvania
5:08 am
officer, ed miller, continued his recovery after being shot twice friday night. was feeling well enough to attend a tailgate party last night, a fundraiser at fraternal order of police headquarters to help both of the wounded officers. the officer miller says he feels tort nate to be alive. >> i guess i'm lucky. that is all i can think about i'm lucky, i'm in the hospital and i see about the bombing in new york. is whattive lens between what i went through and people there walking down the street on a saturday night thinking they are going to have a night out on the town. >> officer miller says he looks forward to returning to his job, soon serving the community. let's talk football, carson wentz getting his first chance to shine in the national spot light verse bears in monday night football and he surely took advantage n his second start went showed signs he has what it takes to be a good quarterback in the nfl. he had help from ryan matthews ran for two touch towns, help from the the defensive line who force three dollars turnovers this that game.
5:09 am
eagles beat bears 29-14 to improve to two-zero on the season. wentz took to social media to share his excitement over the win. he writes galore toy god always. love this group of guys. great team win. #fly eagles fly #ao1. in the game, it didn't begin without some controversy on it field. three eagles players headaching a statement during the national anthem. on the side line hall come jenkins, steven means and ron brooks all raising their fist. eagles fans telling us what they think about the demonstration. >> i don't think it was the smartest thing. it does president make think sense it is just stupid in my opinion. they are not loving anything, you know. >> i don't support it. i'm not against it. but america is the greatest country that ever was and i think we need to bring ourselves back to greatness. >> jenkins made no secret of his plans saying last week he wanted to further national conversation sharked by 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick
5:10 am
who took a knee during the national anthem. kaepernick said his actions were a statement against police violence begins minorities and overall in equality. 5:10. today marks day two of the trial of the scandal now known as bridge gate. we're talking about 2013 closures of the george washington bridge. prosecutors have charged two former allies of new jersey governor chris christie with several crimes. they say that bridget kelly and bill baroni created traffic jams near the bridge to punish a democratic mayor who did not endorse christie. the governor has never faced charges this is case. meanwhile the defense will get a chance to make opening statements today in the civil trial over 2013 center city building collapse. lawyers for the victims, opened yesterday, six people died, 13 others were injured when a building came crashing down on the salvation army three years ago. this trial combines multiple lawsuits targeting owner and architect of the building as well as salvation army, it is expect to last for months.
5:11 am
the search is on for high powered weapon swiped from a table at the a local gun show. the tulsa police department just released dash cam video of an unarmed plaque man shot dead by a by the officer, what police at the scene were recorded saying about the man before he was killed.
5:12 am
come on...you can do it! dogs just won't quit. neither does frontline. introducing new frontline gold. with its new easy applicator frontline gold delivers powerful protection that doesn't quit for a full 30 days. its new triple action formula is relentless at killing fleas and ticks. frontline gold. the latest innovation from the maker of frontline plus. for persistent protection you can trust... good boy! go for the gold. new frontline gold. available at your vet. warning. this commercial contains brief moments of product nudity. stripped of chocolate. its peanuts exposed around a soft caramel center. a payday bar will get you through your day. expose yourself to payday.
5:13 am
we're starting off with a look at our phillies forecast for tonight. our baseball team is playing another chicago team tonight, let's see if we can have a
5:14 am
similar result. of course, we're at home, hopefully that will help. now sunset is right after game time or right around game time 7:01. things will be getting dark quickly at the ballpark tonight. that is what happens in september. so bridgeville, delaware yesterday got over 5 inches of rain. that is down in the southern most county of delaware where they are getting more rain this morning. the west cape may, new jersey over four and a half inches of rain in, bernville, pennsylvania and harrington delaware both places got exactly the same, 3.47 inches. philadelphia just about an inch and a third of rain, yesterday. quite a bit along the coast and this southern delaware, you can see this system kind of lingering to our south, it is spreading more rain down in southern most county of the first state. lets take a little bit of that rain that might inch into cape may new jersey. that will happen. we will see lingering showers and lots of lingering cloud cover throughout the day, anyplace south of the lehigh
5:15 am
valley. we will get sunshine up there. that sunshine will try to sneak into philadelphia by lunchtime but the clouds are going to be fighting it the and we will see who wins by the end of the day. we will see some sun before that 7:01 sunset time and a high in the 80's. visibility very poor in mount pocono, allentown, pottstown, reading, lancaster only 1 mile visibility. that will slow you down a how extra time when leaving this morning. 59 degrees in mount pocono. sixty-six in reading. sixty-eight in wilmington. zero seven in wildwood. your average high is now down to 77 degrees, we're kind of close to that on thursday and friday and even saturday, of last week, and yesterday, help we got to 76 degrees, that was because the rain and cloud cover, today, just enough sun to get us to 83 degrees and not as humid tomorrow but warm 87 for last day of summer, we will welcome fall with 86 degrees. it is still warm on friday. then change happens with the cold front coming through over the weekend. we could use more rain but
5:16 am
doesn't look like we will get the any with the next cold front but we will get cooler temperatures by sunday, it is in the 70's, bob kelly. >> good morning, everybody. 5:16. we have a late running work crew causing a jam to go with your toast here. this is a live look the at i-95 northbound right at 420. look at this guy cutting over the double white lines almost causing an accident here, northbound, exit for 420. but folks that why that road know that you can use this little short cut here will put you back on to i-95. bottom line construction crews are still here, down to only one lane, so all three, this by will to it here. he is thinking about it what do you think he will do. no, he will stay witt. give yourself extra time heading up toward the airport this morning. again typically out of there by five but a jam from blue route up toward ridley. curb side on the freeway we
5:17 am
are seeing patchy fog, it is all over the place in bellmawr, really thick out on 202, 309 and portions of 422 as you roll there collegeville. be ready for that this morning. possible fog delays at philly international this morning. the first couple flights getting out without a problem but between 5:30 and six is when those departures start to pop there. we will keep an eye on. that market frankford subway running with to delays, scattered delays on the regional rail lines. that is hit and his. phillies and white socks at the ballpark. ac/d.c. shaking it alternate long across the street here later on tonight the with an 8:00 o'clock concert but we will rock in south philadelphia later tonight and that will bring traffic jams for the rush hour, lauren, back to you. gunfires erupts from a south philadelphia neighborhood sending three people to the hospital among those hurt women pushing a stroller. someone opened fire near 18th and wharton yesterday afternoon. a three two-year old woman pushing a ten month-old baby
5:18 am
in the stroller was shot in the arm. the baby was not hurt. another man and woman were shot in the leg. police say 17 shots were fired from a semiautomatic weapon, that zach taylor shows us his home where it want sprayed with bullets. >> right there would be one where a bullet came and hit. another one up over there if you see right next to the little black thing is there is a hole. that would be the other one. >> police have not said if any of the three people shot were the intended target. they are all in stable condition. the search is on for high powered weapon and a person swiped from it a table at a local gun show. someone grabbed the ar15 there a gun dealer during a show in northeast philadelphia on sunday. that dealer, northeast firearms is based in pennsylvania. police say the dealer thinks the weapon was miss to go where two hours when he realized it was gone. it is a military style weapon. a person who answered the phone at northeast firearms says he was disappointed law
5:19 am
enforcement did not see the gun get stolen. what started as a police response call to a stalled vehicle ended with police shooting and killing an unarmed man in tulsa, oklahoma. now you this dash cam video mass been released showing exactly what happened moments before the victim was shot and killed. fox's steve rapaport has the very latest. >> reporter: graphic video released from the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in the oklahoma. >> i will tell you right here right now there was no gun on the suspect or in the suspect vehicle. >> reporter: tulsa police were investigating terence kutcher's stalled vehicle in one of the videos, he can be seen walking toward his vehicle, his hand raised as officers follow him. >> shots fired. >> he appears to put his hand on the vehicle before collapsing to the ground. >> i would just make this promise to you that we will achieve justice in this case.
5:20 am
i want to assure our community and i want to sure all of you, and people across the nation who will be looking at this. >> reporter: police say officer betty shelby, who was white, fired the fatal shot and officer tie letter turnbaugh. father of four was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. >> bad dude. >> reporter: his sister tiffany is demanding criminal charges be filed against the officer who took her twin brother's life. >> you want to necessity that dude was, he was my twin brother. that big bad dude was a father. that big bad dude was a son. >> this city, will be transparent, this city will not cover up, justice shall be done. >> the office shore shot kutcher has been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. fbi and justice department will be conducting separate investigationness to friday's
5:21 am
shooting. steve rapaport, "fox news". one hundred demonstrators are calling for an independent investigation after a 13 year-old was shot and killed by police in columbus, ohio. the officer who shot him last week should face homicide charges. investigators say king ran from an office shore was called for a reported armed robbery. the boy then pull out a bee-bee gun that looked like a real gun. grand jury will deciding whether to charge a police officer in the case. now to minnesota where officials are calling one of the victims in a stabbing attack at a mall a hero. police say an off-duty police officer shot and killed a man who stabbed ten people, an isis related media outlet says the attacker a 22-year old somalia man was a solder for the islamic state. investigators do not have evidence that linked this attack to organized terrorism, the tbi is now investigating this crime. we have an update about breaking news overseas, philippines airport officials say saudi airlines plane mistakenly sent a distress
5:22 am
call before landing at manilla's airport. it was isolated for safety and passengers are disembarking. the as we reported the plane landed in the philippines after a reported threat, it was flying from a city, in saudi arabia. only days, on sale, and already, people are having a problem with the iphone seven, what some owners say their new phonies doing that is headaching them really nervous. your winning lottery numbers. third president?
5:23 am
male teacher: and the largest planet? someone we haven't heard from. female teacher: anyone else? through internet essentials, comcast has connected more than 3 million people in need to low-cost, high speed internet at home, helping to make sure that every hand in the classroom goes up. male teacher: okay, veronica. amphibian. male teacher: excellent. welcome to a brighter future. comcast. honey bunches of oats. it's all of this, this, this, and this. it's the mother of all cereals. it's that, and that, and all of that. it's the most cerealriffic cereal. in all of history. yeah, it's that good. honey bunches of oats. this. is. everything.
tv-commercial
5:24 am
as pand we saw a guy who has out pat our backs.ecord... toomey crossed party lines to support background checks.... that keep guns out of the hands of criminals and terrorists. true independence, and real guts. that's how pat toomey is helping us, keep you safe. senator pat toomey, the best choice to protect pennsylvania. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
5:25 am
galaxy note seven owners can finally get the a new phone, tones have been catching fire because of bad batteries, on friday u.s. regulators issued an official recall. samsung will begin its exchange program here in america. next wednesday. samsung is changing the color on of the battery indicater light from white, to green. it is thousand been out for less than a week and some people are reporting that the iphone seven may have a serious desane flaw, both iphone seven and seven lust have been producing hissing sound likely due to the system's processor. the customers say the phone still works but the sound is annoying, especially when the phonies usually silence. the causes not clear yet, apple has not commented on that issue.
5:26 am
georgia congressman and civil rights leader is being honored here in philadelphia, representative john lewis was awarded the liberty medal last night at the constitution center. lewis for the for voting rights this is 1960's work ago long side doctor heart inn luther king junior. lewis called it a great, special honor but says he was never trying to win an award with his work. >> we were just ordinary people but we had an extraordinary vision to live in a society that respected dignity and worth of every hugh hand being. >> lewis told the crowd that they made him cry and he will never for get that evening. before the ceremony the congressman made a stop in camden to help save a historic house where doctor heart inn luther king once lived. relatives of the doctor king's room hates in seminary school owned a house than walnut street. camden listed the home as imminently dangerous which calls for immediate repair or demolition. yesterday local leaders hosted
5:27 am
congressman lewis to ted kate the home hoping to preserve it. >> this piece of historic reallies state will stay for generations. heart inn luther king junior didn't just change america but he helped change the world. >> family has applied for a historical status with the historical preservation society. if approved federal funding could help pay for repairs. coming up, a man is fighting for his life after being hit by a car blocks away from his home, more on that breaking news straight ahead.
tv-commercial
5:28 am
i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way. including with nukes, yes including with nukes. i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me. nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me. i want to be unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
5:29 am
did you know people can save over $500 when they switch to progressive? i got your nose! i got your nose right here. i know that's your thumb, grandpa. talent! learn about it!
5:30 am
there brand new video of the shoot-out that led to the arrest of one of the fbi's most wanted men, charges he is facing this morgue after shoot ago the two new jersey officers. and, eagles are two for two after winning last night's game against the bears in chicago with a 15-point advantage. and what fans thought of the layers protest during the singing of the national anthem. good day, it the is tuesday, september 20th, 2016. sue serio, we got the rain as you promised yesterday. >> we did, indeed. today we could get a little bit more. we have umbrella with bus stop buddy, probably not but i want you to be aware of a stray shower or two south or east of
5:31 am
philadelphia, but buddy is all deck out this his eagles gear, happy about the win. the last night clouds, fog this morning most in the 60's and 70's we will see shower activity down to the south in southern delaware and maybe sneak nothing to cape hey, new jersey. a lot of cloud cover. here's the fog we have been talking about. mount pocono, allentown, pottstown, reading, lancaster all socked in with a half to quarter mile visibility. it is no the too bad south and east but we did see some fog shore recently in wildwood, new jersey. so, all of this could slow you down this morning. we will give you a six out of ten, certainly better than yesterday and it will be warmer but still very humid, and very cloudy out there. 69 degrees, right now at 90 percent relative humidity. sunrise isn't official until 6:47 this morning. we have had 59 in mount pocono. sixty-seven in trenton and lancaster. seventy in wildwood, new jersey. today a high of 83 degrees, mostly cloudy skies, warmer,
5:32 am
still humid, but then tonight we will see cloud eventually clearing, and dryer air moving in with a low of 65 degrees. that is your fox cast for tuesday, we only have two more taste of summer, bob kelly, hopefully we can enjoy it. >> 5:32. good morning everybody. >> everybody is so sad now. >> we have fog waking you up and slowing you down. we're all in a fog after staying up late to watch that eagles game last night but we're driving through it this morning. the here's a live look at fog on 422 right at route 23 heading in toward valley forge. so it is hit and miss. we have fog in the suburbs. some fog from south jersey on the freeway but we're crystal clear up and over ben franklin bridge. the as sue mention portions of 309, northeast extension, gang in q town along the turnpike to malvern all the way out through morgan town and then north on i-95 late running construction crew and disabled truck right around ridley here causing an early morning jam for folks heading up toward
5:33 am
philly international. speaking of the airport watch for some possible fog delays maybe for the next hour or so, and scattered delays, probably, nothing showing up on the tote board so if you are heading down to the airport we are off to a good start. southbound i-95 we are starting to see delays in the construction zone and then right after the rush hour, watch out for delays on i-95 between cottman and girard. lauren, back over to you. bob, thanks very much. authorities holding 28 year-old ahmad kahn rahami on the attempted murder charges but they believe he is the man responsible for planting explosives in two locations in new york city and two towns in new jersey. rahami was on the fbi's most wanted list before being caught, federal prosecutors say they are still weighing charges over an explosion which left 29 people injured. jennifer gist joins us live from the news room with an update, hi there, jenny. >> reporter: manhunt for ahmad rahami, ended a few hours after it the began but before it ended there was a bloody exchange of gunfire with police in north jersey.
5:34 am
investigators say a hand found rahami sleeping outside his restaurant in linden, new jersey monday morning and called police. policed identified the man as the suspected terrorist wanted in connection with three explosions over the course of two days. we have a picture of rahami after he was captured in a bloody shoot-out with linden police, and naturalized american from afghanistan was wounded in the shooting and transported to a local hospital. two lindh than police officers were also shot, but they are expected to be okay. police say they found rahami's fingerprints on a pressure cooker connected to a cell phone and they were able to link him to saturday's explosion in the north jersey shore town. saturday night's blast in the the chelsea neighborhood that injured 29 people and pipe bombs found at an elizabeth new jersey train station sunday night. hours later, there was a gunfire exchanged with the suspect in linden, new jersey. one hand said he heard it. >> it just sounded like, pop, pop, pop, pop.
5:35 am
it was silence. then we heard people screaming. it is looked like a normalized feeling like we are normal with this crap which is not normal. we can all look around and say this is receipt i much not normal, i mean, you know, but we have to do something about it. i don't know what the hell there is to to but we have to do something about it. >> reporter: police say the 28 year-old is charged with five counts of attempted murder and being held on 5.2 million-dollar bail. federal prosecutors say they are still determining if rahami will face additional charges for the bombings. the fbi says at this point there is no indication that the bombings were associated with a larger terror cell. they are in the looking for anymore suspects, lauren. >> jenny, thanks very much. linden's mayor credits angel padilla with rahami's take down. he told "fox news" that padilla was first to arrive on the scene help rahami start firing and hit pag dea and then shot back. padilla was hit this is leg and bullet-proof vest. he is expected to be okay. linden officer patrick hammer
5:36 am
was also hurt with the grazed wound. first office are targeted in a gunman's hate filled rampage is expect to get out of the hospital, this morning. sergeant sylvia young could be released as early as 8:00 o'clock. officials are arranging a patrol escort for her trip home. sergeant young was one of two officers shot in west philadelphia friday night along with three other people, a 25 year-old woman was killed. breaking news coming out of the france, paris prosecutors say there have been eight new arrestness connection with the bastille day truck attack in nice that left 86 people dead. we will have more information for you, on that. oh, officials say suspect released to the attacker, islamic state group has claimed responsibility for the july 14th a tack which a truck plowed-- owe 19-ton truck plowed down nice rahm men made, assembling for fire works display there we will bring you more information. we are following breaking news in northeast philadelphia, police are closing in on a driver who ran down a man leaving him
5:37 am
critically injured. police have the car involved, but they are still searching for the driver, is that right, dave? >> reporter: that is right, police actually towed away this vehicle a short time ago. lets go to video of that. this image that we got not too long ago of the philadelphia police, one of the tow truck units, hauling away this white chevy cobalt that police say was involved in the hit and run and windshield damaged and it is registered to a home here in the 7,000 block of rutland street where we are in northeast philadelphia now we will take to you video too, which shows the crash scene at bustleton and bleigh street, also in the northeast, philadelphia police, believe that this incident happened inside or near a parking lot of the wells fargo bank around 11:15 last night. >> fortunately in the parking lot of bustleton and bleigh, we did find several cameras at the bank, very close to where this vehicle leaving the scene accident occurred.
5:38 am
so hopefully these cameras recorded something that can help id what the investigation. although, we believe we have the striking vehicle, we're just going to have to investigate to find out who was driving this particular vehicle. >> police took pictures of the white chevy cob thealt for evidence before they towed ate way. we are understand the victim is a man in his late 40's in critical condition at aria torresdale hospital. at this time in arrest has been made. now back to you. >> thank you very much. well, eagles flying high after a big win against the bears, more highlights from chicago coming up in sports in one minute. ruth land. cobalt. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
tv-commercial
5:39 am
donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president.
5:40 am
taste the many sides of brookside. smooth dark chocolate outside. exotic fruit flavor inside. brookside. for all your sides.
5:41 am
monday night prime time match up against the bears, and carson wentz, put that cool as he could have been. eagles marched into chicago and smashed smacked jay cutler and john fox in solder field. malcolm jenkins and ron brooks and steven means put up a black power fist before the game and it was not a distraction. third quarter ryan matthews with the second effort, punches it in. they made it 16-seven, and then jay cutler, well, he was being jay cutler, turning the game over to the eagles. throws an interception, to nigel bradham. carson wentz would get it done. tray burton, 2-yard touchdown.
5:42 am
eagles go up. and then ryan matthews. eagles win 29-14. carson wentz field goal, 21 for 34, 190-yard, a touchdown, and in turnovers. that is sports in a minute. i'm sean bell. donald trump junior is back in the head lines this morning after posting this controversial tweet, why the son of the republican presidential nominee is comparing syrian refugees, to candy. skit also.
5:43 am
5:45 am
we will start off with a look at ultimate doppler radar and satellite picture to show you how many clouds there are this morning. the we are in the close to sunrise yet but once it happened we may in the see a lot of sun to start our day anyway. we still do have some rain down to the south of us in, sussex county delaware. sneak nothing to cape hey, new jersey. that is from the system that came through yesterday and stalled off shore. a quick check of the tropics, tropical storm karl with 40 miles an hour wind, still in the middle of the ocean. expected to strengthen to a category one hurricane just as it gets close to bermuda and that will happen maybe friday, saturday, or thursday, friday, the way it looks right now still category two pulling away the from the coast. it doesn't look like we have
5:46 am
to worry about that one. we have to watch tropical depression number 13 off african coast as it headaches its way across the ocean but that will take a week or so. so when that gets a name and it is expected to by end of the day that would be lease at next name on the list, matthew and nicole coming after that, on what might end up being a busy tropical month. we have for us, in the intermediate future fog. north and west of the city especially. 2-mile visibility in mount pocono but less in allentown, pottstown, reading, lancaster. foggy morning there. 70 degrees in philadelphia right now. sixty-seven in lancaster. fifty-eight in mount pocono. seventy in dover. seventy-seven is our average high. we were well right around there with the clouds and rain but we will get warmer today especially if we get some sunshine before the day is through. thirty-eight today. eighty-seven tomorrow. 86 degrees for the first day of as you um, on thursday, and that is a lot warmer then
5:47 am
normal but we will get that autumn, chill by the time we finish the weekend with a high temperature on sunday only around, 71 degrees. bob kelly, if morning. >> that sound like a drink. >> autumn chill. >> at happy hour. >> yes. 5:47. we have a foggy start out here, this morning, out this is suburbs. collegeville, the northeast extension, portions of 309, as you roll through kop. look out. we have an accident on the southbound lanes of route one, right here near business route one, bam, is there pen to the camera, right there southbound. it looks like it is in what would be a grass media there but we don't have any overhead street lamps here. it is stretch of i-95 south, coming up and over scudder falls, trying to get down toward the turnpike, only one lane opened and we're quickly backing um here like stack of pancakes again, southbound i-95 at business route one. downtown we will go live look
5:48 am
at vine street expressway construction crews are gone but we are lined up trying to get into 30th street station. no problems at the moment on the regional rail lines, but again, every day throughout the morning we have scattered delays, at ten, 15 minutes. make sure we have latest new schedule. we have a disabled here north on i-95 up and over girard point double decker. that is lower deck here coming from the airport into the city, look out there on the girard point bridge. otherwise, no problems fingers crossed on the schuylkill expressway. lauren, back over to you. now to the race for white house. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton reaching out to the younger voters during her campaign stop in philadelphia yesterday. she took her message to temple university addressing millennials. she has add a tough time shifting her support from bernie sanders. she acknowledge her doubts about her becoming president. >> i have work bernie sanders on the plan, we came up with a plan that makes public
5:49 am
college, tuition, free for working families. >> i also know that even if you are totally opposed to donald trump, you may still have some questions about me. i get that. i want to to my best to answer these questions. >> clinton also responded to the terror attacks in new york and new jersey. she's accusing republican presidential nominee donald trump of giving aid and comfort to islamic terrorist. clinton says trump's anti muslim rhetoric is helping groups like islamic state recruit new fighters. donald trump responded calling for drastic measures to combat terrorism in the u.s. repeating his calls to include row filing as part of his plan. >> we cannot let this evil continue. we will defeat radical islamic terrorism. just as we have defeated every threat that we have faced, in every age before. trump heading to chester in delaware county later today
5:50 am
with tightening battle ground polls, both candidates are making philadelphia a priority states in the upcoming election. latest real clear politics poll average shows trump slightly ahead in florida but still behind clinton, national thely, by one point. and donald trump junior back in the head lines after posting a very controversial tweet. he tweeted a picture comparing syrian refugees to skittles. the tweet read this image says it all let's end politically correct a gend that puts america first. he said if i had a bowl of skittles and i told you just three would till you, would you take a handful? that is our syrian refugee problem. this isn't first time trump junior has come under fire for comments he has made. he was criticized last week for headaching a gas chamber reference during an interview with the philadelphia radio station. he made the comment while complaining about how the media treats his father, compared to coverage of hillary clinton's campaign.
5:51 am
all right. look who is here. >> can we go back to the skittles story. >> isn't that crazy. >> comparing syrian refugees, to the candy. >> thank you. >> how are you. >> i was up late watching the game just like everybody else. >> that is okay. >> i got my ear piece on. >> i can tell what you they are saying, nothing yet. when they tell you to stop talking i'll tell you. >> i cannot hear the control room, that is a blessing. i'm kidding. >> guess who is back speaking of football from last night. >> who. >> lee a still. >> do you remember her. >> yes. >> devon's daughter. >> yes. >> devon from our area. >> yes. >> there will be a walk for her this weekend, but in remission. things are looking good. >> yes. >> she's full of personality. >> i love her. >> lee a still is on the show. >> hey, nick cannon is on a show.
5:52 am
>> big day on the show. >> nick cannon, ladies and gentlemen. he will be at temple, the 100 up sewed. >> can you say it how our booking row dueser said split wild and out. >> wild and out. >> he will be out, i don't know how wild he will be, but he will be on our show. >> that is exciting. >> and me and mariah go back, yes. >> new girl. >> okay. i have been in love with new girl. >> don't go changing waterfalls. >> you did your research because someone said how old are they. >> chile now but chile is 45 years old. >> is she. >> and nick's 35. >> wow. >> they are 45 years old. >> i had a thing for tbaz. >> overall of them.
5:53 am
>> since 1987. >> i will get change waterfall. on friday join us we will solute troops for our annual military day. bye-bye mike. >> bye. >> come on down to fourth and market seven to 10:00 we will shut down the entire street, we will have a huge block party to honor men and with men who served this country, again friday september 237th to 10. come on down, bring pictures of your loved ones. in the next hour the eagles rehain undefeated, after just two wins but big win last night with the bears. hear why carson wentz saying playing in chicago was extra special for him.
tv-commercial
5:54 am
why let someone else have all the fun? the sometimes haphazard, never boring ...fun. the why can't it smell like this all the time ...fun. the learning the virtue of sharing ...fun. why let someone else have all the fun? that's no fun. it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury.
5:55 am
when it comes to risking social sepat toomey wrote the book. .. "i'm...i've got a whole chapter in my book where i... specifically lay out how i think we should... reform social security." toomey's plan requires wall street and bankers to manage... the accounts. collecting fees out of your social security that could... total billions. fees they collect, even if the market crashes and... seniors lose everything. pat toomey's looking out for wall street, not pennsylvania. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
5:56 am
about 10,000 cases of eggo whole wheat waffles are part of the five state recall, kelloggs says the that the waffles could be contaminated with listeria. recalled waffles are available in packs with best if used by dates of november 21st and between the second, 2017. there have this is been any reports of illness but kelloggs is asking consumers to throw away the affected products. a broken pipeline is causing gas is high rises in the south. leak earlier this month forced closure of the pipeline. six states declared emergency. it prevents price gouging but price freezes are causing lines at the pull one many gas stationes out of fuel. some in georgia and north caroline air running out of the gas while others are seeing long lines. >> i was looking at rises, i
5:57 am
drove by and said my goodness, the gas is going up. >> this is first place i came, and help he buy gas. not first place i went to that had gas. >> the company that owns the broken pipeline has not given a time line as to when the repairs will be made. a man is fighting for his life this morning after being hit by a car just blocks from his home, carrie covered, the driver, still missing. and brand new video of the shoot-out that led to the arrest of one of the fbi's most wanted men. charges he is facing this morning after shooting at two officers.
5:58 am
come on... dogs just won't quit. neither does new frontline gold. its triple action formula is relentless at killing fleas and ticks for a full 30 days. good boy! go for the gold. kids don't know how to act fake.
5:59 am
i like your face. so we're learning to be more like them. removing artificial flavors and colors from general mills cereal. i like his face. well at least he's wearing shoes. well done champ. get gooey, flaky, happy. toaster strudel.
6:00 am
we're two and zero. >> eagles put a beat down on the bears on monday night football, perfect on the season and carson makes history along the way. what he has accomplished that no other rookie quarterback has done, ever. [gunfire] >> weekend of terror comes to an even with a shoot-out in new jersey. man authorities say that is behind explosives in new york and new jersey, now in custody. what authorities are now questioning about his past. man is fighting for his life after being hit by a car in northeast philadelphia. just blocks from his home. who police are searching

57 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on